As always, the team at the National Bonsai and Penjing Collection of Australia in Canberra organised an excellent event in Bonsai Reshaped. The workshops with Scott Martin and Jarryd Bailey were full and enjoyed greatly by all those involved. All […]
Last month, despite the obstacles, Canberra Bonsai Society held their annual show and what a success it was. People queued quietly (and with social distancing it was a long queue) and once inside had the opportunity to buy all things […]
Canberra Bonsai Society is happy to announce the annual bonsai show will be held at the Canberra High School from 10-11 October 2020. ACT COVID-19 rules will apply. We look forward to seeing you there!
Artist, bonsai artist and BSA member, Michael Kempson has a new exhibition of truly beautiful etchings at the Flinders Street Gallery, Darlinghurst. A master printmaker, Michael combines an artist’s sensibility with great technical skill. These works examine ideas of bonsai- […]
NSW Camellia Research Society Inc presents its 50th Annual Camellia Show. Happening at Ravenswoon School for Girls Henry Street, Gordon, this July 13, Saturday from 1.30PM to 4.30PM and July 14th Sunday from 10AM to 4PM.
This year we will again have our show at the Harvey Lowe Pavilion (20-22nd September), so put the date in your diary and this is and seriously consider displaying one or more of your trees. The Harvey Lowe Pavilion is […]
Anatomy of a Shohin Display is reprinted by courtesy of Jonas Dupuich and Bonsai Tonight Anatomy of a shohin display One of the first displays to catch my attention at this year’s Gafu-ten exhibit featured six trees and an accent […]
Josie McNeilly is opening her garden on the weekend of the 16-17th February from 9.30am to 4pm both days. All members and friends are invited, so come along and relax enjoying what Josie has achieved in her own little haven. […]
Just when nothing much bonsai was happening (except for all that pruning and repotting) in January, Campbelltown Bonsai Society staged a summer show at the Studley Golf Club. There were plenty of figs, flowers and even some fruit. What a […]